Located right alongside Miami Ad School’s classrooms and workshops, the gallery provides an outlet for those who've "kept their day jobs," but harness their lingering creativity to produce something special for the rest of us to appreciate. The interview addresses not only the concept of the gallery, but some of the pieces on display, giving you a glimpse of what to expect when you visit.
What do you do in your spare time?
Henri Jova, the architect who designed Colony Square and is credited for Midtown Atlanta’s renaissance in the 1970s, did a drawing on a napkin that has been immortalized on a pair of throw pillows. (Credit: Myke Johns/WABE)